ALL Posts for Author: Nandita Agrawal

Accent Furniture: One piece can transform your space

A piece of accent furniture is like red lipstick, you cannot look away even if you want to. You know how wearing red lipstick makes your face glow, just like that, a statement chair or table enlivens the entire room! (Image: Bone Inlay credenza by Kernig Krafts)

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Rustic theme: Why it’s best for your interiors

Warm neutral colours, soft furnishings and naturally finished wood are some intrinsic characteristics of rustic decor. These physical attributes together create a raw, fuss free and organic environment that makes us feel closer to nature.

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Why is solid wood furniture expensive?

Whenever you look for furniture online I'm sure you weigh all your options before making your decision. Read this article to find out why solid wood furniture is expensive but great value for money as compared to engineered wood items.

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How to: Work (Better) from Home

This pandemic has taught us one thing for sure and we will be doing it for a long time now; work from home. I have some tips for you to deal with your “work from home” blues better!

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Michael Thonet: Mr. Bentwood

Born on 2nd July 1796, Michael Thonet was a cabinet maker of German-Austrian origin, who began his studio in 1819. A furniture design pioneer, he will always be celebrated worldwide for creating the classic and timeless, bentwood chair. Photo by Frederik Vercruysse.

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Acacia wood: All you need to know

Acacia wood is an extremely sought after hardwood, used not only for making furniture items but also for a variety of kitchenware such as serving platters, chopping boards etc.

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All About Rosewood

Deep, saturated browns in delicious red tones, distinctive dark streaks and a sweet, sweet, rose like smell. These characteristics pretty much describe a very attractive wood specie known as rosewood.

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What Goes Around Comes Around

In everyday life, when we come across certain furniture designs, we get fascinated by their appearance and creativity. But, in reality, most of the furniture we see are recycled designs of old trends with some twists and turns.

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"Black Gold": Old Pine Wood

“Black Gold” is a synonym of Old Pine wood that is procured from logs that were spread on railway tracks in the old days. It is compared to gold because of its scarcity & the beauty of the furniture made out of it.

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Wicker: The New Black

The word “wicker” is thrown around a lot these days. You must have heard it too, from a design enthusiast, from an interior decorator or from a friend who is well acquainted with the latest trends! Let's find out more about it.

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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Born on March 27, 1886, in Aachen, Germany, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, is the renowned architect who said the famous words, "less is more".

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Arne Jacobsen

A dominant element in forming and shaping the quintessential Danish aesthetic was Arne Jacobsen's foresight.

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